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(b. 1949, Palo Alto, California). Ph.D. Educational Psychology, M.A. Education, Stanford University; B.A. Psychology, Wellesley College.

Greene is Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Previously, she held faculty positions in the Department of Policy Analysis and Management at Cornell University and in the Department of Education at the University of Rhode Island.

Her contributions to evaluation have been substantial and center on work that has done much to legitimize participatory, value-engaged, democratizing approaches to evaluation. Greene's work on stakeholder-based evaluation and stakeholder involvement in evaluation is foundational work that has provided the basis for understanding how and why stakeholder involvement is important. More recently, she has extended this work through her analysis of the democratizing potential of dialogue and discussion in evaluation. Greene ...

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